Girls freed from Boko Haram in Nigeria can face further detention and abuse by military, Amnesty report finds

Girls and young women freed from Boko Haram terrorists in northeast Nigeria continue to suffer severe hardships, including unlawful military detention, neglect, and inadequate support to start over, according to a new Amnesty International report.

Princess of Wales to miss major military display next month amid cancer treatment

Catherine, Princess of Wales, will not be returning to royal duties with an appearance at the Colonel’s Review, a military parade in London in early June, as she continues her treatment for cancer.

American missionary couple killed by gang in Haiti, family says

A married couple from the US who were serving as missionaries in Haiti were killed there on Thursday, family members said.

US lawmakers call for DOJ, IOC investigations into allegations of Chinese doping before Olympics

An alleged doping case involving 23 Chinese swimmers took a diplomatic twist on Wednesday after US lawmakers called on the US Department of Justice and the International Olympic Committee to launch inquiries into the controversy.

EXCLUSIVE: ICC prosecutor seeks arrest warrants against Sinwar and Netanyahu for war crimes over October 7 attack and Gaza

The International Criminal Court is seeking arrest warrants for Hamas leader in Gaza Yahya Sinwar and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity over the October 7 attacks on Israel and the subsequent …

Julian Assange can appeal extradition to the US, UK court rules

London’s High Court has ruled that Julian Assange has the right to appeal in his final challenge against extradition to the United States.

Jamaican Phenom Nickecoy Bramwell Shatters Usain Bolt's Record at Carifta Games 2024!

In an electrifying display of talent and dedication, Nickecoy Bramwell, a 16-year-old Jamaican track prodigy, delivered a stunning performance at the 51st Carifta Games, carving his name into the annals of athletic history. Bramwell achieved what many could only dream …

There were ‘people flying’: Passengers recall mid-air drop of LATAM Airlines flight

Chilean aviation authorities are on their way to New Zealand to investigate the LATAM Airlines flight that had a mid-air drop Monday, as teams on the ground remove the plane’s flight data recorders for analysis.

Gangs rule Haiti’s capital. Some say they’re ready to overthrow the government too

From above, Haiti’s capital city Port-au-Prince still looks serene, its white-washed homes climbing steep green hills that encircle a glittering bay. But to step onto its cracked streets requires a careful calculation of risk and reward.

Thousands gather for Navalny’s funeral in Moscow despite threat of arrest

Thousands of mourners gathered in Moscow for the funeral of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny despite a heavy police presence and the threat of detention.

Carnage at Gaza food aid site amid Israeli gunfire. Here’s what we know

One of the worst single tragedies to occur during Israel’s war with Hamas took place Thursday, when scores of Palestinians were killed trying to access food aid in Gaza City.

Undercover Israeli troops dressed as medical staff kill three militants

Israeli special forces, dressed as civilians and medical staff, infiltrated the Ibn Sina hospital in the occupied West Bank city of Jenin on Tuesday and killed three Palestinian men, according to Israeli and Palestinian officials.

US moves to reimpose sanctions on Venezuela

The US has reimposed economic sanctions against a Venezuelan state-owned mining company and says it could go on to reimpose further sanctions on the country’s oil and gas sector after Venezuela’s Supreme Court barred main opposition candidate Maria Corina Machado …

Hundreds of thousands are starving

Israel’s war in Gaza has brought famine with “such incredible speed,” the United Nations’ emergency relief chief told CNN on Monday, as he warned that hundreds of thousands of Palestinians are starving in the besieged enclave.

Missile blitz, jet drones, night camouflage: Kyiv warns how Russia could overwhelm air defenses

In the snow-filled skies above Ukraine, a deadly game is playing out.